Remember when street graffiti artist Kidult tagged Marc Jacobs' store this past spring? Well, the troublemaker is at it again -- and he's set his sights even higher this time.
Kidult spray-painted Chanel's Paris storefront this past weekend, smack dab in the middle of Paris Fashion Week and just days before the storied label presented its spring collection.
KIDULT 'RECESSION' PARIS Fashion weak pic.twitter.com/5L7HXdgPhw
— KIDULT (@therealkidult) September 29, 2013
In a fine example of art imitating life, the graffiti motif popped up on Chanel's catwalk on Tuesday, as the models carried spray-painted versions of the brand's iconic quilted purses down the catwalk.
When Kidult targeted Marc Jacobs, the store played along and sold a t-shirt screen-printed Kidult's graffiti... at his suggested price. Think Chanel will follow suit and mark everything down 50 percent?
A closer look at the action on the runway: